I want to make sure that you are not sleeping on a great book that is refreshing and also exemplifies freestyle theology at its best, through the use of Jazz as a metaphor for life. Robert Gelinas’ Finding The Groove: Composing A Jazz-Shaped Faith is one of the most relevant books I have read recentlyContinue reading “Finding the Groove: Composing A Jazz-Shaped Faith”
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“Come now, let’s kill him and throw him into one of these cisterns and say that a ferocious animal devoured him. Then we’ll see what comes of his dreams.” When Reuben heard this, he tried to rescue him from their hands. “Let’s not take his life,” he said. “Don’t shed any blood. Throw him intoContinue reading “Reading Jesus in the OT Part 2”
What are the implications here? What effect might this have on arrests and prison sentences? And really, it is important not to only notice the harsher response the blacks recieved, but to realize the “free pass” that the white kids received. For if there are underpriviliged, we most also talk about the exact opposite OVERpriviliged. Continue reading “What would you do?/ Racism in America Part 2”
Timothy Brindle once said… “What the deal with Cotton Candy Christians Who demand blessings but can’t stand afflictions Compared to other things they barely love the King Wanna be like Christ but not share in sufferings”
Philly has the reputation of being a bit gritty and grimy, but I must ask the question, what would it look like in my community if God’s Kingdom dwelt in fullness? How would it look if all my neighbors subjected their lives under the Lordship of Jesus Christ? What visual picture in my mind wouldContinue reading “Kingdom Imagination”